Healthy diet, playing games and social visits 'may help stave off dementia'

Healthy diet, playing games and social visits 'may help stave off dementia'

Healthy diet, playing games and social visits ‘may help stave off dementia’ Alzheimer’s disease affects an estimated one in 14 people over the age of 65 and one in every six people over the age of 80. A healthy diet, combined with visits to friends and family and activities such as reading or playing cards, may help cut the risk of dementia, research suggests. Experts said combining healthy habits boosts the chances of staving off conditions like Alzheimer’s disease. They …